I don't know if you can recall, but last year I was making a series of artworks where I made one each month and took a photo of it with the sky in the background. I only managed to post up to July, and I'm really sorry about that. I actually managed to make all… Continue reading 2020 Calendar
'Look around at how lucky we are to be alive right now.' -Hamilton This is my June quote, which I should've posted two months ago, but I didn't. Oh well, it's better late than never. I'm not actually a fan of Hamilton. I'm not opposed to it, but I'm just kind of indifferent about it.… Continue reading Hamilton Quote
'Tomorrow there will be sun, but if not tomorrow, perhaps the day after.' Happy Groundhog Day This quote is from the musical. I haven't actually seen it, but I love the music. Also, if I'm honest, I'm hoping that there isn't sun tomorrow, because I live in Australia and it's summer and really hot here.
I had 2019 calendars made for my friends and family at the end of last year. Each month is a different illustrated quote selected from the ones that I created in 2018. I tailored the calendars specifically for the person that I gave them to, so the quotes in each calendar are different. I didn't… Continue reading 2019 Quotes Calendars
Everyone who reads/follows my blog and social media is amazing, and I'm so grateful for the encouragement that I've received from you throughout the last year, so I'd love to know what you want me to do this year. I illustrated and posted a quote every day in 2018, which I'm really proud of, but… Continue reading 2019 Quotes and Artworks
'You can change the world when you change your mind.'
'Twas the nightmare before Christmas when inside the house, the Grinch left a crumb too small for a mouse. Over the last few weeks I've been repainting Christmas decorations that I made (and my dad cut out) last year. The varnish that I used previously made the paint crack, so I had to sand them… Continue reading Christmas Decorations
'With my freeze ray I will stop the pain.'
'Might still have voices in my head, but now they're just the normal kind.'
'There will be mornings you'll be utterly defeated by your laces.'